In July, Sarah Gail Luther lost many of her drawings and paper sculptures in the Center Street fire, in the building where she maintained a studio. “But I’ve landed in a better place,” she smiles “My studio is now in my Riverwest apartment. It’s simpler; it’s easier. While working on my installation for the Mary Nohl Fellowship for Individual Artists exhibition at Inova, I discovered I could make my work just as well at home.”
Luther was one of seven winning artists selected from a field of 130 hopeful applicants. The Nohl grant came with no strings attached, but Sarah spent most of her $5,000 on supplies for the Fellowship exhibition (running through December 9), where she brought what she calls the “outside urban landscape” into the UW-Milwaukee space known as Inova on Kenilworth.
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